What Its About
Harold hires Karim to star in a low budget independent film. The scripts written in Ongota, a very rare African language. He refuses to translate it into English. This enrages Karim. Unbeknownst to him is a secret agreement between Harold and Ex-editor, Morton to create the bogus film.
Harold agrees to the deal, so he can receive compensation for an earlier independent movie stolen by Morton. Since, the movie continues to be economically profitable online; a production company offers Morton a seven-figure deal to write the sequel.
Facing pressure and writers block, he proposes a signing deal and future profit sharing with Harold. Even, after hearing about the deceptive filmmaking, Mortons girlfriend, Daphia pesters the men for a principal role in order to fulfill narcissistic desires.
However, Johnson, an actor on set, devises a strategy to extort Harold and Morton, when witnessing Karim accepting early payment from the Director. Neither, Karim or Johnson realizes its counterfeit money, Johnson enlists actor, Beau and Max The Gunman to join the extortion plot.
A money discrepancy involving the men triggers Max to kill Johnson and Beau. In the end, Max is murdered by a car driver during an auto collision.